One of the First Hybrid Documentaries Greenlit by FacebookOne of the first hybrid documentaries greenlit by Facebook is a documentary about JoJo Siwa. She announced the series on Facebook Watch. JoJo Goes is a biopic about Siwa's experiences collaborating with various celebrities. It is set to premiere this summer. The series will examine the devastating effect racism has on black Americans. It will be hosted by Allison Holker Boss.
PBS will co-produce the seriesAs a singer‚ JoJo Siwa has made it a point to share her personal life with fans. Recently‚ she announced a new hybrid-documentary series titled JoJo Goes. The series will star Siwa and her celebrity friends as they explore the world off-stage. It will combine documentary elements with pre-planned adventures. The first episode of JoJo Goes is scheduled to premiere this summer on Facebook Watch. Siwa's career has not only been a success on stage and screen‚ but she has also received accolades for her contributions to the arts. She will serve on the season 17 judges' panel‚ alongside Matthew Morrison‚ tWitch‚ and others. She has also starred in several music videos‚ including a hit single with her own band. In addition to her numerous television appearances‚ she has signed a recording deal with Columbia Records.
Siwa and her mother will star in itThe JoJo Siwa Docuseries will follow the life of the aspiring dancer‚ who lives in a technicolor bedroom while wearing sequined jackets and hair bows. While she commutes to dance rehearsal‚ she grooves with the mailman. Siwa is in love with her dance coach‚ Val Soltis‚ and she has two best friends‚ the Rubies. Her mom is also the producer of the show. The Siwa Docuseries will feature the young star's mother‚ who manages her daughter's rise to fame and keeps track of her regular tasks. Siwa recently signed a record deal with Columbia Records and is currently working on new music. She came out as gay earlier this year and discussed the decision with late-night talk show host Jimmy Fallon. Production of the JoJo Siwa Docuseries began in Los Angeles. The series was produced by B17 Entertainment‚ which has been acquired by Sony Pictures Television after purchasing its parent company Industrial Media. The film will focus on Siwa's adventures as she grows up. The new series is an extension of the popular Paris in Love series. The series will be produced by Warner Bros. and executive produced by Bruce Gersh. Premiere dates are still TBD. While JoJo Siwa has always dreamed of having little sisters‚ she finally has them. Until now‚ it's been the dream of many women to have her own siblings and be a part of her life. The new series will feature Siwa's mom Jessalynn. Both Siwa's mother and daughter have appeared on television‚ including on the show Dance Moms. The Siwas also have a docuseries coming up on the Peacock. The series will focus on the pop music sensation JoJo Siwa has become. They have previously filmed with Nickelodeon. The upcoming flick will be filmed in Vancouver in March 2021.
Series will examine racism's devastating impacts on black Americans' healthThe new JoJo Siwa Docuseries will examine how racism has a devastating effect on the health of black Americans. It will feature the first-person accounts of Covid-19 victims and frontline medical workers. It will also explore how racial injustice has plagued our society for generations. The series will be broadcast on the Smithsonian Channel on May 1‚ 2022 at 8 PM EST. You can catch it on Oprah's Facebook page if you want to catch it before the premiere date. The Color of Care will chronicle the history of racism in the United States healthcare system. The series will feature testimony from people who have experienced the devastating effects of racism in their loved ones' health. It will also include interviews with frontline medical workers in overcrowded hospitals. The series is produced by Harpo Productions and will air on the Smithsonian Channel. The JoJo Siwa Docuseries will also explore the causes of racism and police brutality in American society. The series will focus on the impact of racism on the health of black Americans and will feature the voices of famous celebrities. Unlike other documentaries‚ this one will explore the causes of this social ill health in children. The documentary will feature several doctors and other experts‚ and it will also explore the solutions. The new Netflix docuseries titled They're Trying to Kill Us will explore environmental racism and food disparity in Black communities. Its all-star cast of pop icons and fitness influencers will examine the health problems facing Black communities. It's a groundbreaking project that will challenge the assumptions we have about health disparities in America and change the way we think about the world.
Series will be hosted by Allison Holker BossThe JoJo Siwa Docuseries are a new reality show hosted by Allison Holker Boss‚ a former So You Think You Can Dance host. The series will feature eight talented designers transforming hideous rooms into a fun and entertaining space. The show will also feature a TikTok video to highlight each contestant's design talent. JoJo Siwa was born in Nebraska‚ but currently lives in Los Angeles. The young dancer began her career at an early age and has accomplished as much as an adult in just seven years. Siwa is also a dog lover‚ owning three dogs‚ BowBow‚ Bella‚ and Chunk. Her dog BowBow has become so famous that it has its own Instagram account with over a million followers. The So You Think You Can Dance judge lineup will be complete once again this season. The show's new judges will include YouTube sensation JoJo Siwa‚ Matthew Morrison‚ and Stephen tWitch Boss. Additionally‚ the cast will include a rotating lineup of judges‚ including TWitch Boss‚ Mary Murphy‚ and Nigel Lythgoe. The series will return in May 2022.
My former employer didn’t just decimate Tudum. Layoffs are also targeting social channels designed to bring marginalized viewers into the fold (Strong Black Lead, Golden, Most, Con Todo, etc.) There’s a deeper story here. I hope we’re all paying attention. — Evette Dionne (@freeblackgirl) May 17, 2022